Britney Spears' Manager Denies Jason Trawick Abuse Reports

'The recording is not Britney,' Larry Rudolph says of supposed phone conversation between Brit and ex-husband Jason Alexander.

Britney Spears' manager, Larry Rudolph, denied Star magazine and Radar Online's reports that boyfriend Jason Trawick hit the pop star.

The reports are based on a supposed phone conversation recorded between Britney's ex-husband Jason Alexander and the 28-year-old star. In the recording, the man asks the woman on the other end of the line if her "fiancé" proposed to her on a beach. The woman pauses before asking, "Before or after he beat on me?" The woman goes on to say, "It is true that he [beat me], but it's not true that I accepted [his proposal]." The recording ends after the woman says, "My dad doesn't want him around me right now. My dad has a shotgun, and he's just waiting to use it."

Rudolph claims that Radar Online and Star are both reporting a "fabricated" story and that legal action is planned. "This is 100 percent not true," Rudolph told Us Weekly. "The recording is not Britney."

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